Calcutta, India Newswire (Page 10)

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  1. IIM Calcutta in association with Training.com announces the second...Read the original story

    Aug 4, 2017 | PressReleasePoint

    IIM Calcutta has announced the second batch of the Executive Program in Digital and Social Media Marketing Strategy, in association with Training.com - a multi-modal learning platform by NIIT, to help build a great career in the field of digital marketing. The six-month program focuses on providing in-depth knowledge on Digital Marketing and Analytics including developing holistic digital and social media strategy, designing success metrics that are aligned to corporate marketing strategy, cross-platform and cross-media digital marketing, digital marketing using Big Data etc.

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  2. All India common test for selection of lower court judges a need of the hour, says Supreme CourtRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 4, 2017 | The Times of India

    The Supreme Court on Friday favoured to introduce an All India common test for selection of judges for lower judiciary, saying that centralised mechanism would ensure appointment of competent judges without any delay and would pave the way for an effective judiciary. The bench said that it would be beneficial for the country if centralised mechanism was put in place for selection of judges.

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  3. Bloodied eye for brave drink protestRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 3, 2017 | The Telegraph

    Aug. 3: An elderly couple and their son were assaulted outside their home in Kasba last night after the father protested against a group of young men drinking in the open, a growing nuisance many Calcuttans suffer in silence. Kalyaneswar Ganguly had stepped out of home around 11pm to look for his son Kaustav, who was late in returning from work, when he found the accused drinking right outside his gate that overlooks a lane called Garden Road.

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  4. Barasat on East Bengal radarRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 3, 2017 | The Telegraph

    Calcutta/ New Delhi: East Bengal are likely to play some of their Premier Division matches in the Calcutta Football League at Barasat because of the unplayable ground conditions at home. East Bengal's practice match against Kalighat MS was washed out on Thursday afternoon after a downpour.

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  5. No Rising Pune Supergiant, but Goenka may still be there in IPLRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 3, 2017 | The Telegraph

    Calcutta: Sanjiv Goenka, chairman of the RP-Sanjiv Goenka Group, has not ruled out continuing his association with the IPL in the 2018 edition and beyond, even though his Rising Pune Supergiant won't be one of the franchises in the competition any more. Rising Pune and the Gujarat Lions came on board on a two-year contract with the Board of Control for Cricket in India.

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  6. Photographs from Kolkata: These colonial structures helped Calcutta rule over the subcontinentRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 3, 2017 | The Indian Express

    In the late seventeenth century when the Mughals still held tight the reins of power in Bengal, Job Charnock, the staunchly loyal servant of the East India Company landed in a small swampy village called Sutanuti in Bengal. He was sent as an agent to set up a trading post for the English in the region.

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  7. Post 1947, the mixed fortunes of the mixed race Anglo-IndiansRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 3, 2017 | The Indian Express

    "Who am I? ..is a question that I have found more difficult to answer than any other in my life," says Margaret White, an Anglo-Indian culinary consultant who lives in Bengaluru and gives weekly classes at her home for reviving the Anglo Indian cuisine, something which she feels is a responsibility on her part. Margaret's ancestors were supervisors in the Kolar Gold Fields, a mining region in Karnataka, and she grew up with rich tales of life in the Colonial era and how things changed post Independence.

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  8. Airport hub for train to terminalRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 2, 2017 | The Telegraph

    Aug. 2: Calcutta airport will have a hub station by 2020 for two Metro lines along with proximity to the proposed East-West terminal point near Haldiram's on VIP Road, barely 2km away. Railway ministry officials said the task of shifting some airport utilities from the site had started.

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  9. Scattered rain on radarRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 1, 2017 | The Telegraph

    Ballygunge received 40.1mm rain, of which 35mm came down in 45 minutes, according to the Calcutta Municipal Corporation website. Between 12.15pm and 1.15pm, Chowbaga near Ruby hospital received 27.4mm rain, 20.3mm of it in 30 minutes.

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  10. In a first, no Left member from Bengal in RSRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 28, 2017 | The Times of India

    The probable cancellation of Left Front candidate Bikash Bhattacharya's nomination is set to rest a contest in the Rajya Sabha polls from West Bengal. KOLKATA: The Election Commission has primarily found gaps in the nomination paper of Bikash Bhattacharya, the Left Front candidate for the sixth Rajya Sabha seat from West Bengal , that might well lead to its cancellation.

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  11. Getting to know villagersRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 31, 2017 | The Telegraph

    Though extremely unstable, agricultural growth has far outpaced population growth in recent years; the supply of agricultural goods per head has risen. The proportion of population dependent on agriculture has been falling; so goods produced per agricultural family have been rising even faster.

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  12. Global scholars return with stories of adventure, grit and personal growthRead the original story

    Jul 31, 2017 | UB Reporter

    Abby LaPlaca and Kayleigh Reed would be exceptional UB students even if they were not writing their own stories on the power of global scholarship. Called the "epitome" of a Fulbright winner before she left, LaPlaca was an award-winning Latin dancer, UB Presidential Scholar and student speaker at the 2015 University Commencement.

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  13. CalcuttaRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 30, 2017 | The Telegraph

    A young agricultural engineer born, brought up and educated in a Bengal town that has launched many brilliant careers is returning to his roots after more than a decade abroad to sow what he has... Last week's rainy spell has brought out the worst in Calcutta roads. Craters, potholes, eroded bitumen, piles of stone chips, remains of tram tracks - roads... Acute Febrile Illness, a fever caused by a group of pathogens, has affected hundreds of Calcuttans, mostly children and the elderly.

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  14. As a USC fan, I've never rooted for Clemson. But in this case, I say: "Go Tigers!"Read the original story w/Photo

    Jul 28, 2017 | Myrtle Beach Online

    In this Saturday, April 26, 2014, file photo, a Royal Bengal tiger prowls in Sunderbans, at the Sunderban delta, about 130 kilometers south of Calcutta, India. India's latest tiger census shows a sharp increase in the number of endangered cats in the wild, raising hopes that conservation efforts are working.

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  15. Calcutta Cricket Club brings cosmopolitan flavours of India to CalgaryRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 29, 2017 | CBC News

    From left: Rene Bhullar, Cody Willis, Maya Gohill, Amber Anderson and Shovik Sengupta of the Calcutta Cricket Club. It's not very often a new restaurant comes along that has the air of a Wes Anderson movie, a tiger above the bar, and dried grass patio umbrellas reminiscent of Gilligan's Island .

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  16. Arjuna didn't say final was fixed, says MuraliRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 27, 2017 | The Telegraph

    Calcutta: Muttiah Muralidharan doesn't wish to read much into Arjuna Ranatunga's demand for a probe into Sri Lanka's 2011 World Cup final loss to India at the Wankhede. Sri Lanka's only 50-over World Cup-winning captain recently said he had been shocked by their six-wicket defeat in the final.

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  17. Exams on council agendaRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 27, 2017 | The Telegraph

    July 27: The ICSE council will meet the heads of the 400-odd schools in Bengal affiliated to it on August 31 to discuss measures to ensure "absolute clarity" on plans to introduce board exams in classes V and VIII. The meeting, to be addressed by Gerry Arathoon, the chief executive and secretary of the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations, will also discuss the proposed common school curriculum to be followed from pre-school to Class VIII.

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  18. Rain check on flower marketsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 27, 2017 | The Telegraph

    July 27: Heavy rainfall and floods in parts of south Bengal have left the city's flower business withered at a time when demand usually rises. Rose, marigold, tuberose, hibiscus and lotus are currently either scarce or not available in flower shops across the city because the supply chain from East and West Midnapore, Birbhum and Burdwan has been cut off.

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  19. Supreme Court nixes Assam law to bypass mantri capRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 26, 2017 | The Times of India

    NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Wednesday struck down as unconstitutional a law passed by Assam assembly 13 years ago to allow the then Congress government headed by Tarun Gogoi to appoint MLAs as parliamentary secretaries after Parliament had put a cap on the number of ministers. A bench of Justices J Chelameswar, R K Agrawal and A M Sapre allowed a petition by late Bimolangshu Roy, whose plea was first filed in Gauhati high court in 2005 and later transferred by the SC to itself in 2006.

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  20. Survey to boost transportRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 26, 2017 | The Telegraph

    July 26: The state government has decided to run more buses during late evening and when the demand is high following a survey that has highlighted the need for a tweak in the timings. The government started the survey this week across seven key locations in Calcutta to assess the availability and movement of buses during the morning and evening rush hours as the first step towards better utilisation of its fleet.

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